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Can New Delhi Learn From Beijing's Fight Against Air Pollution?

For years Beijing was the poster child for air pollution, with the problem hitting a peak during 2013's "Airpocalypse." But in recent years the baton has been passed to New Delhi, India. 

We compare New Delhi and Beijing's pollution with Robert O’Keefe, vice president of the Health Effects Institute and chair of the Board of Directors of Clean Air Asia. He also tells us about the measures both countries are taking to improve air quality. 

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